tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC August 31, 2016 11:35pm-12:38am EDT
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, aaron eckhart from "so you think you can dance," cat deeley and music from nathaniel rateliff & the night sweats. and now, believe me when i tell you -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: thanks, everybody. hello. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thank you for coming.
i feel we're pushing summer out too soon. i know school's starting early for a lot of the kids and there's not a whole lot we can do about that. there is something we can put a stop to and i'd like to lead that charge. smst this is something that really bothers me. you know they're already serving pumpkin spice lattes? august isn't even over yet. dunkin' donuts and mcdonald's have already been selling pumpkin spice-flavored drinks. this is a problem. it's especially a problem here in l.a. because the weather never changes here, pumpkin what season it is. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: by the way, little-known fact. pumpkin spice also happens to be melania's pet name for donald trump. [ laughter ] donald trump had quite a day. he took a quick jaunt to mexico today to meet with president pena nieto. the mexican president invited trump to visit and donald took him up on it which had to be a
destination wedding, you hope he won't actually show up. but he did show up. things got off to an awkward start when pena nieto came out to greet donald trump and trump handed him his keys. [ laughter ] then things settled down and trump and the president met behind closed doors. wouldn't it be funny if we'd built the wall while trump was in that meeting? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] so after the meeting, they had a press conference together. they held a j conference. one of the reporters asked trump if he told the mexican president he was expecting him to pay for the wall. trump said they didn't discuss that but a couple hours later pena nieto tweeted. he said at the start of their conversation i specifically told him i have no intention of paying for a wall. but otherwise, trump said it was a tremendous meeting. [ laughter ] this whole thing is great. this is what donald trump sounds like when he's in mexico. >> i have many friends, so many friends, so many friends coming
i'm proud to say how many people i employ. mr. president, i want to thank you. it's been a tremendous honor. and i call you a friend. thank you. >> jimmy: and this is what he sounds like back home. >> when do we beat mexico at the border? they're laughing at us, at our stupidity. and now they're beating us economically. they are not our friend, believe me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's compromise and say frenemies. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i don't understand why he needed to go all the way to mexico. everybody knows you get the best taco bowls at the trump tower. trump is in mexico for two hours and flew back to arizona. but before he did we slowed him down and filled him with tequila for "drunk donald trump." [ tape playing very slow ]
feeling for mexican-americans, not only in terms of friendships but in terms of the tremendous numbers that i employ in the united states. and they are amazing people. amazing people. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: meanwhile, hillary clinton f standpoint has hit a new low. according to a new poll, 56% of americans have an unfavorable view of the democratic candidate for president, which puts her somewhere between popup ads and the zika virus. and while that must certainly be of concern to the clinton campaign that same poll shows donald trump with an unfavorability rating of 63%, 7 points higher than her. maybe we should agree to not elect anyone. [ cheers and applause ]
i'm pretty sure those thanksgiving turkeys can pardon themselves, right? right now there are only two americans with a higher unfavorable rating than hillary clinton or donald trump, chris brown and ryan lochte. ryan lochte is having a comeback. not only will he be part of "dancing with the stars," he's landed a new endorsement teal. >> i've been traveling a lot. it's a good idea to have it's good to stay safe. i don't go anywhere without robocop. it's this tiny device. pull the pin and it releases a startling alarm that can get you after a bad situation. >> jimmy: it's apparently so simple even ryan lochte can use it. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i don't understand what's going on here at all. is dumb dumb juice a thing? i think ryan lochte would be a good spokesman for that too. or maybe since he claimed he was
would be better starring drunk ryan lochte. [ tape playing very slow ] >> i've been traveling a lot lately. we all like to have fun. but it's a good idea to stay safe. i don't go anywhere without robocopp. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: by roboc robocopp would be good for anyone visiting chris brown's house. have you been following this latest drama? chris brown was arrested yesterday on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. he allegedly pulled a gun on a beauty pageant winner who was at his house. she claims she was hanging out at his house with a bunch of people. there was a guy there, his jeweler, selling diamond watches and necklaces. for what reason she says brown pulled a gun and kicked her out
this is yes never let my jeweler stay in my house past midnight. 11:45 i tell him, you have to go home now. so i guess this means chris brown's not going to be the next bachelor, which is unfortunate, you know. we do have a new bachelor and that person is nick vyle. [ cheers and applause ] nick seems to be a popular voice, runner-up on two seasons of "the bachelorette." and he's on "bachelor in clearly finding love on reality tv is working sl for him. maybe it's time for tinder. there is something to be said for experience from a promotional angle, abc is making the most of this. >> he didn't find love with andi. he didn't find love with kaitlin. he didn't find love with lace. or amanda. or kayla.
jubilee. if he can't find love this time -- nick is gay. the new season of "the bachelor." >> we're going to make out. >> only on abc. >> jimmy: that sounds fun. [ cheers and applause ] looking forward to that amazing journey. by the way, labor day's almost here. after labor day, you're not supposed to wear white. is it just white pants? so we thought we would make the most of the time with our first-ever "parade of chickens wearing white pants." [ cheers and applause ] there we go, come on through, chickens. come on, guys. this way. yeah, just stay on the mat. guys, please stay on the mat. oh, well, that -- this one's pants are already falling off.
we trained them all afternoon, i'm surprised that they're not -- in rehearsal i said, you can train chickens? they're like, oh, yeah, you can. no, you can't. all right, there they were, chickens wearing pants, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] looks like they're about to do karate, you know? greajo i hope they show this as part of my in memoriam montage when i die. we have to take a break. these two foreigners will compete for a chance to upgrade from their youth hostel to a real hotel room. hello, foreigners. in an exciting game we call "hostel la vista," so stick around!
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. still to come, music from nathaniel chicken pants. summer is winding down. here in hollywood we're getting ready to say good-bye to the hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit us from all over the world. some of those visitors, mostly the young ones with no money, stay just a couple doors down from us at a youth hostel. the walk of fame backpackers hostel. beds there go for about $46 a night. you share a room, you share a bathroom, you share a shower. it's a lot of sharing. what we like to do every once in a while is give young people a
against each other. with that said it's time to play "hostel la vista!" cousin sal is outside. oh, does sin sal. i always forget we dress you up like that for this. >> sal: ha ha ha! >> jimmy: sal, dru us to our contestants, though they are wearing nametags so i guess you don't have to. >> sal: nina and josiah. >> jimmy: nina, where are you from? >> hello, i'm nina, i'm germany and i'm leaving near hamburg in the north. >> jimmy: i can barely hear you. what i did hear, you're from germany? give her that mike, i don't know what's going on, neither mike is working. that sounds a lot better. you're here on vacation, i presume? >> yeah. i graduated two months ago -- >> sal: we can't hear you. >> and my friend lara. >> jimmy: are you staying in the hostel together?
went to new york, los angeles, las vegas, and in two weeks we want to go to san francisco. >> jimmy: wow, you sound like a wikipedia page. all right. are you having fun so far? >> yes. it's so nice here, we love everything. and the people are so cool. >> jimmy: what is the most disgusting thing you've seen since you've been in the united states? >> the guys. >> jimmy: oh, the guys. [ laughter ] >> i think so many guys are so crazy. >> jimmy: have you had trouble with the guys here? but they're very flirty. and -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> some are a bit too much. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, especially that guy right next to you right now, josiah. >> may be one of them. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> from australia, man. >> jimmy: from part of australia? >> perth, the best place on earth. >> jimmy: is it the best place? >> west coast, west coast! >> jimmy: what do you do for a living in australia? >> i'm an electrician, man.
between you and your contestant. very nice. all right, well, you know what you're playing for, right? this is a luxury suite at the historic and elegant hollywood roosevelt hotel. no more sleeping with one eye open. you'll lounge in a luxurious 700 square foot king suite. no bedbugs. to win all you have to do is know more than your opponent does about the city and state you're visiting. i'm going to ask you questions every local knows. whoever gets more right wins. are you ready? >> yes. >> yes. >> jimmy: let's play. your first question is, los angeles just got a professional football team. from which other city? nina? >> i think it's anaheim? >> jimmy: it is not anaheim, no. joe sigh yeah you've got a clippers jersey on. josi josiah, do you know? >> yeah, it's probably -- let me
josiah, do you know? >> yeah, it's probably -- let me think. is it -- wait, don't tell me. >> jimmy: eventually i'm going to have to. >> i'm set. >> jimmy: yeah? >> beverly hills? >>. >> jimmy: no, that is not correct. no, st. louis is the answer we're looking for. you know what state st. louis is in? >> um -- >> jimmy: no, all right. next question. which l.a. neighborhood shares a name with a sinking italian city? >> venice. >> jimmy: venice is correct, very good. [ cheers and applause ] josiah is on the board. the next question, the playboy mansion in los angeles is occupied by this. look at the video screen. this horny old man. what is his name? >> hugh hefner. >> jimmy: that is right, we're giving that to nina, she rang in first. you both knew the foreign question right away.
bread that everyone in l.a. claims to be allergic to? yes, josiah? >> wheat. >> jimmy: what? >> wheat. >> jimmy: you must be more specific. >> gluten? >> jimmy: correct, josiah. wheat/glusn gluten is what we e looking for. josiah has the lead. who are, look to the video screen. who are these boys? who sing about the beach? >> beach boys. >> jimmy: the beach boys is right. josiah has the lead. wow, this is getting tough. here we go. the question is l.a.'s largest newspaper is called the l.a. blank? >> "l.a. times." >> jimmy: that is right, josiah, you've run away with it. there's no way for nina to win. nina, i am so very, very sorry. josiah, congratulations. you are the winner of the suite.
>> jimmy: don't worry, we will tip him for you. nina, by the way -- nina, i do want to say you're not going back to the hostel empty-handed. for you we've got a chicken with pants on. all right, thanks, contestants. >> yes! >> jimmy: tonight on the show music from nathaniel rateliff and the night sweats, cat deeley is here, and we'll be right back with aaron eckhart. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by wix.com. the easy and free way to create a stunning website. go to wix.com to build yours today. ? flo: [ ghost voice ] oooo! [ laughs ] jaaaaamie, the name your price tool
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>> jimmy: tonight she is host of "so you think you can dance: the next generation" cat deeley is here. then, this is their self-titled album. nathaniel rateliff and the night sweats from the samsung outdoor stage. tomorrow night, winona ryder will be here, you may have seen her on "stranger things." casey wilson will join us, and
great actor who co-stars and co-pilots alongside another great actor named hanks in the new clint eastwood-directed movie "sully." it opens in theaters a week from friday, please welcome aaron eckhart. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: how's it going? >> slept. >> saw your movie, it's really >> like that? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. it will not be on the plane in-flight menu any time soon? >> i wondered about that. the edited version. >> jimmy: you'd have to edit it down to almost nothing. it would be funny. i wonder what they'll do. i don't know what the plan will be. >> was "snakes on a plane" on? >> jimmy: i think it was barely in the theaters, i don't know. for you is it a life goal to work with clint eastwood? is that something you always hoped would happen? >> yeah, in fact, i still really
him. you know, he's always been a hero of mine as an actor, as a director. he's an icon in this business. and in fact, one time i was at the golden globes and i went up to him in the midst of spielberg was there, angelina jolie, brad pitt. i made my way through. i thought angelina jolie was going to -- thinking i was going to come hit on her, you know. and i walked up to clint and i said, sir, i hope to work with we'll see what's shaking. >> jimmy: that's a good response. because you don't know if it's yes or no afterwards. >> well, i kind of like put my tail between my legs and, you know, hustled out of there. >> jimmy: did he remember that? or do you have any -- >> i've never asked him about that. i try not to talk to him. [ laughter ] know what i mean? >> jimmy: even when you're working together? >> he's still got it, jimmy. i remember one time we were in the cockpit. he has a monitor that he looks
we'd finished the scene. tom's here, i'm here, the monitor was over there. clint wanted that monitor. so everybody tried to get it for him. he goes, dammit, i'm going to do it myself! dirty harry all over again. he gets the monitor. i mean, that's the kind of guy he is. >> he's a guy who takes monitors when he sees them. >> he doesn't want anybody to do anything for him. >> jimmy: i see, i gotcha. >> resorts to he's got that scowl that we all love. director? >> no, no, no. there wasn't a day that he didn't come to set with a light in his eyes, smiling, joking with everybody. in fact, the thing that i liked the most about the film, making the film, was making clint laugh. because his head goes back and he smiles. and you can see all his teeth. he just loves to laugh. >> jimmy: we wouldn't really think that, i guess. >> no, it's interesting. he really jokes around. every time i had a question about acting, he would turn away
[ laughter ] he didn't want to hear about it. >> jimmy: really? >> well, you know, within reason. but he loved to make jokes. tom is obviously a very funny guy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> tom was making jokes the whole time. those two were talking about the good old days, and they come from the same place. it was a lot of fun to make the mov movie. >> jimmy: sounds like it was a lot of fun. for me rith "every which way but loose." the first impression clint eastwood ever made on me, he was acting alongside an owe that gave the finger which was the best thing i'd ever seen at that age. >> that was his heyday? body of our heyday, really. me and him. did you talk to him about any of that stuff? >> i tried to. i'm a fan of these guys, you know. i'm a fan like all of you guys. i'm on the set with tom who's obviously an icon. and clint. how'd you do this? what were you thinking when you made "forrest gump"?
>> we talked about "bosom buddies." >> jimmy: tom, you have to. >> you want to get the most out of those guys you possibly can. i was asking them, i figure it's my right, i'm in a cockpit with a guy 12 hours a day. >> jimmy: how many days were you in that fake -- i assume it was a fake cockpit. >> i would say probably a month or something like that? oh, a whole month. >> not altogether. we didn't sleep there. >> jimmy: uh-huh. you were allowed to get out? >> yeah, tom went first, then i followed after. >> jimmy: i time in there. we filmed in new york. we filmed in the hudson with the barges, the actual tugboats that saved the original plane, the original story. we had a lot of flight attendants that worked with us and told us all their stories. we went to atlanta. then they took apart an actual airbus a-320, disassembled it, and sent it -- i don't know if it was direct mail or u.p.s. or whatever it was --
amazon now. [ laughter ] they'll be at your house by thursday. >> it's scary. they reassembled it in a pool so we had an actual a-320 right there. the water came in the people all went out on the wings. >> jimmy: i was wondering what the approach would be. it was like, what was the total amount of time where you knew the -- the pilots knew there was a huge problem, then they landed the plane in the water? >> three minutes. >> jimmy: three minutes. >> at 3,000 feet. you're still right over the city. you have new jersey on this side, you have the heart of new york city on this side. they got the bird strikes. my character told me, you use all five senses when you're flying, not just your sight. >> jimmy: even smell? >> in the cockpit. >> jimmy: i guess, yeah. 12 hours a day, sure, yeah.
and the thing he remembers the most is that -- you know the whine of the engines? he didn't hear anything. complete power loss. all the panels went out, all the lights went out, and they're floating at 3,000 feet. right above new york city. and obviously, i mean, everybody knows the story. >> jimmy: yeah, well the movie, we'll show a clip from that when we come back, it's called "sully." aaron eckhart is here with us, be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ? sir, you give me that salad and i will pay for your movie and one snack box. can i keep the walnuts? sold. but i get to pick your movie. can i pick the genre? yes, but it has to be a comedy. a little cash back on the side. with the blue cash everyday card from american express, you get cash back on purchases with no annual fee. throw. it's more than cash back. it's backed by the service and security of american express.
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there's only two people who know what happened in the cockpit that day and i'm one of them. >> we appreciate your perspective. >> why do you even think we're here today? it's because captain sullenberger did not head back to lag look, i just finished training on the a-320 and i can tell you the only reason the plane operated as well as it did, that the aircraft could land anywhere, is because captain sullenberger turned on the auxiliary power unit. >> he was simply following the qrh. >> no, he wasn't following proper procedure at all, and i know because i had the qrh in my hands. if he'd followed the damn rules we'd all be dead. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is a formidable moustache. "sully" opens a week from
that's a good -- is that a real moustache? >> wow. don't make me hurt you. >> jimmy: listen, i mean -- impressive for a man to get that much hair out of his nose. >> that moustache started giving me problems. it wanted its own trailer, it wanted steak for dinner, it was its own thing. >> jimmy: what is it with pilots and moustaches? it's a thing, right? >> it's a thing. >> jimmy: why? >> uh -- you don't know? >> i don't. >> jimmy: you didn't get to the bottom of that in your research, did you. >> i never did research. >> jimmy: what's the first flight you remember taking as a kid or young adult? >> one of them i was -- when i was young, when i was 13, my parents shipped me off to england. they went too. but -- >> jimmy: okay. >> we all went to england. >> jimmy: you must have gone a bad kid. >> moved to england when i was 13 to do high school. i was going into eighth grade. i was a little upset about it.
eighth grade, girls, you know. you want to get canned. you know what that is. >> jimmy: i have no idea. >> put somebody in a garbage can. you didn't do that when you were a kid? >> jimmy: we did but we never had a term for it. >> in seventh grade you get canned, in eighth grade you can. >> jimmy: oh, you missed the canning. >> i was in the can, and i was going to get out of the can. >> jimmy: euro you' you're owed. you could do it, you're whole year of canning. do it to your cowork others the next film or something like that. you moved to england. was that hard for you? >> it was, actually. when i first got there -- actually, it was interesting. we lived in eric clapton's -- i think his grandmother's apartment in ripley, england. she ran the sweet shop there. it was raining. we were pretty depressed. then we started taking trips.
moscow, go to greece -- >> jimmy: how old were you when you went to moscow? >> i was 15 in 1981. >> jimmy: with your friends? >> with my friends. >> what was that like? >> it was crazy. >> jimmy: in what way? >> i mean, it was right obviously during the cold war. thatcher was in office. in england. and we went there. i remember walking down -- walking over a bridge in moscow. and this little car pulled up beside and they said, get in. >> jimmy: good idea. [ laughter ] >> we got in the car, they took is down under this bridge, and a circuitous route, ended up in this dark bar. they took us out, brought us into the bar, offered something to drink. we were too young to drink, of course. then they started asking us questions like, is it true? is there really work in the west? >> jimmy: wow. >> it was unbelievable. >> jimmy: you're like, i don't
no but it was -- and then you know -- >> jimmy: did you get in any trouble at all there? >> oh, yeah. the kgb -- >> jimmy: what? really? >> oh, yeah. what do they do? >> well, my friend, we went to a jazz club. and then my friend met another woman. took her up to our hotel room. we were having a little fiesta. and he said, i'm going to take her down, i'm going to show her out. these hotels, only foreigners are allowed to go into. so we too we continued on. then all of a sudden the door burst open. and colin, my friend, was absolutely hysterically crying. he says, they took her! they took her! we said what? colin, what happened? he says when he got down there, two guys got out of a car. am i never going to go to russia again? >> jimmy: why would you want to? >> jimmy, jimmy, talk to me seriously -- >> jimmy: did your friend ever come back?
>> jimmy: wait a minute -- >> what happened was the kgb took her. he jumped on the kgb. and tried to wrestle her away from him. they dislodged him from her. took her away. >> jimmy: maybe it was one of their daughters. is that possible? holy cow. >> prevents me from ever going back to moscow. it was insane. we had a great time, it's a lovely country. >> jimmy: sounds like fun, yeah. >> i want you to understand -- >> jimmy: don't worry, president trump i wide open. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: aaron eckhart, "sully" opens a week from friday. be right back with cat deeley! [ cheers and applause ] ? isn't major medical enough? no! who's gonna' help cover the holes in their plans? aflac! like rising co-pays and deductibles... aflac! or help pay the mortgage? or child care? aflaaac!
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you can dance: the next generation" featuring kids. it airs monday nights on fox. please welcome cat deeley! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> pretty good. >> jimmy: i can't believe you just had a kid, it's ridiculous, you must exercise or something. >> i do but there's a lot of underpinnings going on under here. >> jimmy: your husband is named pat which is funny because your name is cat. sounds like a dr. seuss book to start with. >> it's true. >> jimmy: did you give your -- did you have a boy or girl? >> a little boy. in january. so he's 8 months old. >> jimmy: did you have a mat or a rat or anything like that? >> we didn't know what to call him. he's a monster of a boy. i think i've given bird to a laker. >> jimmy: what size is he? >> huge, like an 11-month-old baby. he's in the 99th percentile so i'm hoping when i get really old he's going to look after me.
>> jimmy: either that or you'll have a lot to feed. >> that's true. that's true, but he's pretty good. but we did fall out a little bit over the name. >> jimmy: oh, you had a fight? with your husband? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what did he want to name the child? >> there was lots of different versions of different things. we talk about it then -- you've got a little girl. >> jimmy: i have three children, yes. and each time i've taken the name thing right down to the wire. >> have you? >> jimmy: in fact, my first -- my daughter, my oldest daughter, i wanted to leave and they would not allow it. >> okay, that's what i did. so we left the hospital without a name. >> jimmy: they let you? >> they let us without. it was just -- the baby was just called "baby deeley" which pissed my husband off, that was kind of upsetting. i thought -- we talked about names. we'd done the post-it note where you come up with different ones and you put them in different orders. did you do that? >> jimmy: no, no. >> and then we're kind of old
>> that's a weird thing. like, no, we know a kid named that. you realize in five years you never see those people again. >> who cares, right? then i thought, i've done the work. i've done the nine months. you know. no glasses of wine, nothing. i'm going to win when it comes down to it. >> jimmy: and you did not win? >> no. i didn't win at all. in fact, it got to the stage where we were leaving the hospital. i was crying. i was hormal still he wouldn't buckle. >> jimmy: wow. >> because i like quite simple names. things like -- i actually like james. >> jimmy: thank you, that should have been the name. >> right, right? i like sam. i like simple names. he likes things that are a little more out there. he loves val. >> jimmy: val? like val kilmer? >> yes. my thing is he's got to have a full name in case he's a lawyer
valkyrie would have been right. >> my husband's name is kelty, very irish. you can't call someone valentine kelty. you have to be italian, right? there was a whole thing. for a whole week after we left the hospital there was no name. and we weren't talking to each other. >> jimmy: really? what? >> it was awful. >> jimmy: wow. it was awful. it was just horrific. because everybody says, when you we didn't know. >> jimmy: you didn't know, yeah. >> hadn't a clue. we kept going and going and going. my mom came in as the peacemaker. the neville chamberlain. she came in and she said, right, what are you going to call this baby? you've got to come up with something, it's got to be tomorrow, you've got to go to city hall, name this baby, you've got to do it. i said, if it's a girl i think there are loads of lovely names. what would you call her if she
she said, where did you get it from? and i said, "american in paris," gene kelly has an art dealer friend, milo. that's a guy's name. she said, yes, i think it's quite cool. >> jimmy: right, right. >> she said, why not call him milo? milo's a boy's name what do you think? we did all the looking up on the internet. and he's like an olympian god hero who saved somebody and i >> jimmy: a lot of pressure for a baby, yeah. >> it's a lot of pressure for us. i thought my husband was going to have to file divorce papers. >> wouldn't that be something. your child grew up and still didn't have a name. >> baby deeley, breastfed is the nametag. >> jimmy: baby deeley, breastfed. >> a big "x" for bottles.
dance: next generation," this is nothing to do with "star trek: next generation"? >> no. >> jimmy: you're already working with children, which seems like a bad fit for you. when the kids get kicked off the show, do they cry? do they take it badly? is there a mean judge? >> no, not really. and actually, i'm so -- i now feel so much that i'm like, no, break, let's not do that. in actual fact, because they're kids, they know that their life isn't going to change overnight anyway. it's not like they're suddenly going to go on tour with jennifer lopez. literally they have to go back and do maths in the morning and share a room with their stinky brother and -- >> jimmy: i watched "toddlers and tiaras." i know it's very, very important to them they get their trophy at the end. >> it's true.
cool. >> jimmy: they are? reasonable? paula abdul is one of the judges, is she reasonable? true or false, she's a little loopy? >> in all the best ways possible, yes. >> jimmy: in all the best ways, yes. >> she's mad as a box of frogs. imagine a box of frogs. she's that. but she's really kind. >> jimmy: she's very kind, yes, very sweet. >> i kind of want to be her when i grow up. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> well, why not? before i actually lose my fully intend to wear like squiffy lipstick and a turban. >> jimmy: is she wearing a turban now? >> not yet. but any way. >> jimmy: oh, that's going to be great for ratings. paula abdul in a turban. >> i would happily join her. it would be like an episode of "gray garden." >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. congratulations. cat deeley. "so you think you can dance: next generation" monday nights